Marie Gryphon
by | Mar 8, 2013

In his masterwork, The American Commonwealth, Lord Bryce wrote a century ago what remains a fair description of senators today: [R]eviewing the whole hundred years’ history of the Senate, the true explanation of its capacity is to be found in…

by | Aug 30, 2005

For years, school choice seemed stalled on a freeway at the edge of town. Urban voucher programs in Cleveland and Milwaukee were successful. But only the involvement of middle-class suburbs will trigger the market revolution that reformers seek, and the…

by | Jul 26, 2005

Wisconsin bureaucrats will cushion the bump when the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program outgrows its enrollment ceiling this year, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel predicted recently. The MPCP now serves almost 15,000 of the city’s youngest residents. This is nearly the legal maximum…

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